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else's fault. >> but we got rude pundit coming up this hour and right now we've got news with jacki schechner. >> i do it all. look at that. good morning everybody. president obama, vice president biden meeting today with law enforcement officials from three communities rocked by gun violence. new tossen police chief michael kehoe along with his counter parts from aurora, colorado and oak creek wisconsin where a gunman killed six people and wounded four others at a sikh temple in august. u.s. attorney general eric holder and homeland security secretary janet napolitano will be sitting in as they have in many of the meetings that vice president biden had been holding along the way. also representatives from the major city's chiefs and major sheriff's associations. s the conversations continue as congress gets ready to start weighing the white house's recommendations for gun control measures and members of both chambers have introduced legislation to ban assault weapons and put limitations on high-capacity magazines. also, the senate judiciary committee is set to hold its first hearin
-size can of whoop ass. >> we're back to jacki does it all days. >> stephanie: yes, clinton is going to spend the day wiping bits of ass off of her shoes. >> can you say ass on current tv >> stephanie: i don't know. here is jacki schechner. >> is there no end to cory booker's heroics? last night he rescued a dog from the freezing cold. the dog was on the street and after returning several times to find the dog still there, a woman tweeted the new york mayor who responded to the scene himself. >> this is brutal weather. >> mayor booker recently announced he may run for senator laudenberg's seat in 2013 but the senator has given no indication that he may retire. a quinnipiac poll out on wednesday shows in booker and laudenberg faced off in 2014 booker would beat him by 21 points. voters cite bowdenberg's age as a person. and vice president biden is going to hold a meeting on plans to curve gun violence. several are planning to attend the round table. we'll be back with more show after the break. we'll see you on the other side. right have, about the "heavy hand of gover
was one of baseball's most thrilling players. jackie robinson changed baseball and he changed america. he kept his focus in the face of adversity because he had a higher goal. in studying him, i learned that branch ricky, who decided to courageously break the color barrier, look for a black that had the temperament and the focus to take all of the jeers, to take all of the hostility and take all of the hate and still perform and rise above what he was facing. jackie robinson showed a change agent but first changed himself. must have the temperament, the determination and focus that they can take whatever it is necessary to take in order to make change happen. those that opened door have to be stronger than those that walk through doors that have already been opened. happy birthday, jackie robinson. thank you for watching. i'm al sharpton. "hardball" starts right now. >>> hawks or buzzards? let's play "hardball." ♪ >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews down in washington. let me start tonight with this. the boiling hatred of the american right poured over today in hearings on chuck hagel'
that's a little bit of a craziness, but it was like the jack and jackie show. they spent 45 minutes talking to the media telling stories, telling us how proud they are of their kids, but this is not their proudest moment. >> i would honestly have to say that the birth of our own children and then the birth of our grandchildren are the most important to me and this is like frosting on the cake. >> all those millions and millions of people out there that are parents, this is a fantastic experience. really no one has it better than us. >> reporter: no one has it better than them, that's for sure. right now we're done here live. jared bell, thanks for coming out today. that will do it for us in we gotta sell the car. where would we even start? get the car. hi howard. get in. hi, good to see you. start with an actual written offer when selling your car, no strings attached. carmax. start here. >>> a quick note, metro's green line back up and running. we'll see you tonight at 11:00. >>> the man behind the manti te'o hoax in his own words. >> and what dr. phil is only telling "e.t." about
groban michael buble, chris botti jackie evancho and even the established artists back in the three tenors in 1990. we put you in the front row for all different genres and now muddy waters and the rolling stones. nowhere else but pbs and this pbs station will bring you a concert of this nature. >> well and you look at some of the songs in this concert get my mojo workin', baby, please don't go, long distance call these are songs that are classics in the blues genre. in fact, they almost define what blues music is and muddy waters was right there at the beginning in the middle '40's. of course he started on the harmonica because so many blues players do. that's where they learn the music is by playing harmonica. >> well and then they get the kind of the bottleneck style which is when he came to chicago back in 1943 which is the year that mick jagger was born. so this is, it kind of tells you about the generations. >>well that puts it in perspective right there, yeah. >> yeah, it does. what an amazing, amazing kind of morphing of generations right there on stage and you were a part o
say no campaign on drugs and jackie kennedy, style you glamour, glitz, all that stuff. talk more then about the similarities between jackie kennedy and mrs. clinton. >> there is also a lot of great differences, of course, because jacqueline kennedy did, carry to popular belief, have a great knowledge and interest in public issues and political issues but she didn't get into them and she wouldn't address them in public. she only did so privately. like betty ford, hillary clinton has always talked about the rights of women and that this is important and she has actually even brought that point out from a very practical point of view to many nations that don't include women in their societies as fully. she says, look, you're not using 100% of what you could be using in terms of brain and know-how and business skill and workforce. and you suffer by that and like dolley madison, as first lady in the white house, she very effectively used entertaining as a way to sometimes forward the objectives of her husband's political agenda. certainly, what people also don't realize about hillary
harbaugh face off on the field. in the stands, their parents, jack and jackie harbaugh, will be sweating it out. >> that thrill of victory and the agony of defeat. and on sunday night, we're going to experience both of those -- those great emotions. and our thoughts will be with the one that comes up a little short. >> reporter: but they are also reveling in the thrill. jack harbaugh was a high school and college football coach himself. >> who has it better than us? nobody! >> reporter: they won't be wearing any team colors, and they won't say where they are sitting. their sons have coached against each other before, just not in the super bowl. last season, on thanksgiving day. the ravens won. >> during the three hours and fifteen minutes, i want you to know, this lady was comatose. >> because of the stress. something all parents of star athletes go through. this summer in london, ally went for gold but it was her parents' anxiety routine that went viral. >> stick it! >> reporter: adding to the stress, the harbaugh parents were the victims of a prank. an unidentified caller offend into a
bit, you can bet, we were all ears. >> wow! >> with that one word, jack and jackie harbaugh said it all, the proud parents of two nfl head coaches who happen to be facing off in sunday's super bowl addressed a sea of reporters and cameras. >> you will ask us how we feel on this historic event. jackie, who has it better than us? nobody! >> and this is like frosting on the cake for our whole family. >> reporter: a long time coming for two brothers and two parents, who wear called the day their eldest son, john, told them he wanted to coach. >> we're having dinner and jackie says, john, what law school will it be? and john said, mom, i think i want to try coaching. jackie went face down into the mashed potatoes. >> reporter: and so followed his little brother, jim and now they're facing off in the ultimate showdown. >> it really is the ultimate showdown. two arch rivals facing each other in the biggest game of the year, especially if it's your brother. >> one guy who knows a thing or two about facing your brother on the football field, last year's super bowl mvp, eli manning. >> wha
. we stole her from stephanie miller, the one, the only the talented jacki checkschneckner. >> good morning, everybody. vice president biden is traveling to richmond virginia today along with homeland security secretary janet napitano to hold al roundtable conversation about the administration's plans to curb gun violence. bobby stein and experts who have been working gun safety issues since village tech in april, 2007 will be in attend as at virginia commonwealth university. it comes on the heels of biden's gom talk yesterday pushing for assault weapons in the wake of a natural disaster and possible ensuing chaos. he minced no words, his assertion that a shotgun would be easier to handle and when asked about the effectiveness of limiting high-capacity mag stages, biden pointed out that the gunmen in tucson and aurora had to change magazines because they had to reload. republicans will decided to whether or not to give r andncrance pre- prebus. last night, louisiana governor bobby jendell said the party needs to change everybody but values. we are back
.m. eastern time. up next, though, we have a closer look at some winners and losers in this rally. jackie deangelis has a preview. jackie. >> good morning, guys. it's been a good run for stocks. the dow up 6% this month. as earnings season kicking into high gear i'm going to walk you through some of last week's biggest winners and losers and see if that momentum can continue. stay with us. >>> welcome back, everybody. dow futures down by about 12 points. we've been watching shares of caterpillar this morning because it just came out with earnings. caterpillar came in with earnings that were 1.04 was the number, 87 was a charge that was included on this. analysts were looking for 1.69. what's really important is that this company talks about their outlook for 2013. they they see somewhere between $7 and $9 in earnings a share. street today, 54. obviously that's a very wide range and the company is making some comments about that. they say that wide range for the 2013 outlook reflects the level of uncertainty that they see in the world today. doug oberhelman is the chairman and ceo. he says th
those that walk through doors that have already been opened. happy birthday, jackie robinson. thank you for watching. i'm al sharpton. "hardball" starts right now. >>> hawks or buzzards? let's play "hardball." ♪ >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews down in washington. let me start tonight with this. the boiling hatred of the american right poured over today in hearings on chuck hagel's nomination to be secretary of defense. hatred, pure and simple. from the mouths of john mccain and lindsey graham as they slashed away at war hero hagel. badgering the witness is too nice a description. the hawks swirled like buzzards sweeping down, pecking and pulling at the skin of a former colleague who dared to say this country's been too ready to enter wars the american people quickly wish we'd never gotten into. what's with this hatred now centered in the american sunbelt? what do we make of this poll that shows two out of three texas republicans now want our president impeached? why the cussedness, why the range war, why the hatred of anyone who dares to stand with obama? why can't politics be a
identify more with, like eleanor roosevelt and jackie kennedy. those are the women whose stories feel close enough to connect with. many of the women in the higher floors, on the state for, they seem like characters from a wonderful story because it was such a long time ago. it is history, and you read it in books. to be in their presence seems a bit disconcerting, but the first ladies, the ones i remember, i remember their real stories, and i can picture their eyes and in an incredible way that makes me think about their challenges and struggles, how they used the space. >> "the first lady's." c-span is teaming up with a historical association for a first of its kind. "first ladies -- influence an image." this will be beginning president's day on c-span. president's day on c-span.
're the parents of both super bowl head coaches. who do you root for? jack and jackie harbaugh have that problem right now. older son john coaches the baltimore ravens while younger son jim coaches the san francisco 49ers and when their parents spoke to the media, it was john who had fun with it. >> our next question comes from john from baltimore. your line is open. >> caller: yeah, question from baltimore, is it true that both of you liked jim better than john? >> i do not. john harbaugh! >> is that john harbaugh? [ laughter ] >> that was me, john. >> hey, mom was ready to come right through this phone. i'm so happy that joanie recognized your voice! >> he pranked his parents during a radio broadcast, during the conference championships the harbaugh parents watch the games alone in their wisconsin home. >>> another prank everyone is talking about is the takeover of the jimmy kimmel show by matt damon. if you don't know the joke matt damon has been invited to be a guest on kimmel's show many times and each time he's been bumped because kimmel ran out of time. damon proved revenge is indeed swee
right over there and do the wrong thing. host: jackie in glendale, arizona on the line for republicans. caller: good morning. they're absolutely should be a term limit. not only should there be a term limit, there should be a reconsideration of the benefits they receive when they leave office. when my husband left his job, their responsibility of us earnings for their income and having benefits was on our shoulders. when people retire and leave the senate, their salaries are continued and they still have all of the multi benefits that continues. not only are they rich when they leave, they stay rich. not fair. we, the people, need to make sure that things are done a in a just way and an honest way. unfortunately, many of the people of in congress are not totally honest of what they are doing. there should be a term limit. that is both in congress and the senate. host: we're going to take a look at some other stories in the news. chambliss will serve out his second full term which ends in 2014. it will make an even 20 years of in washington. he arrived as a representative from georgia d
bowl ever where the coaches are brothers. isn't that cool? here's the latest. jackie harbaugh, the mother of the two coaches, she would really like the super bowl to end in a tie. yeah. however, just to be safe, she has 20 grand on the ravens. she didn't want to screw around. >> "early start" continues right now. a hostage standoff happening right now. a gun man storm as school bus, shoots the driver, and kidnaps and kidnaps a child. >>> tornado warning near a major city. severe storms east of nashville and on the move. >>> a baseball superstar, one of the biggest named in connection with a major new cheating scandal. yankees slugger alex rodriguez in the new report on performance enhancing drugs. >>> 14,000 reasons to check your 401(k). the dow flirts with highs not seen since before the big financial fall. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm zoraida sambolin. >> and i'm john berman. a lot going on. >>> police in alabama involved in an all-nightstandoff with a suspected gunned off after he shot a school bus driver and took a child this is happening in midland city. ou
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